Creuse is a region of rolling hills, sometimes separated with steep rivers. Many of its areas are in altitude and cold in Winter, though hot in Summer.
The village of Crocq is located in the South East of Creuse. It is notable for its ruined castle and the presence of a dolmen in woods nearby.
Crocq is said to have been the center of...
The village of Magnat is named after the Lestrange family.
Masgot is a very picturesque village of northern Creuse, where a stone carver named François Michaud did a number of sculptures in the 19th century.
He left these in the village and they can...
The Meouze pond faces west and is thus quite practical for shooting sunset. The area also has nice meadows in an east/west alignement.
Saint Georges Nigremont is a small village located at the top of a hill in Creuse.